It’s October half term and time for some light relief!! So I thought I would share some cello cartoons that I have come across recently.
This one was posted on the Cello Internet Society and perhaps represents the wish for a holiday of all cellos everywhere? Who knows???
Ahhhh… if only Ben Marcarto was Zorro!!!
Well, it is possible they had a discussion like this…
That is true… it’s a fun piece to play!
But this is incorrect – you can never have too much of Handel’s Water Music!!
If you feel practising the cello can sometimes be a bit isolating, reading cello blogs is a good way to stay in touch with other cellists’ enthusiasms and obsessions.
As with all blogs beware of believing everything you read! Everyone’s approach to the cello is different. What suits one person may not work for another.That said, I think it can be beneficial to hear others’ views, as long as you remember you don’t have to agree with them.
Here are some of the most interesting websites:
The Cello Internet Society – accessible through Facebook, easy to join and unpretentious. It’s full of ideas, suggestions, videos and enthusiasm, and if you have a problem you can post a question and get lots of replies fast.
Cello Bello – a fairly new website covering most aspects of cello playing including teaching videos, masterclasses and a legacy section about famous cellists from the past.
David Finkel’s 100 Cello Talks on You Tube ( see Talk 1 below) are fascinating. They present practical tips from a wonderful cellist with loads of performing experience.
On a lighter note Extreme Cello is hugely impressive and full of energy and fun!
Finally, if all this cello talk inspires you to want to learn some new duets why not visit our online shop on the link below:
Cello Duet Shop